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The Honda Fit: A Surprisingly Spacious Subcompact

The Honda Fit is a remarkable subcompact car for many reasons. People who are shopping within the subcompact vehicle class generally expect certain things to come with the territory - great fuel efficiency, easy handling, a budget-friendly price - and the Fit delivers in those areas. But that's not where it stops impressing drivers. A few surprises await inside this car, further proving that it's not your average subcompact.

Chief among those surprises is the Fit's exceptionally configurable interior. While many subcompacts are cramped and less-than-accommodating for either passengers or cargo, the Fit makes sure to account for both. The Honda-exclusive Magic Seat in the rear makes it simple to arrange the interior in a number of different configurations to fit cargo of various shapes and sizes. If you're used to subcompact cars that force you to leave certain items behind due to lack of space, you'll love the Fit's unique approach to maximizing interior room.

Drivers who are searching for a subcompact car often prioritize price, and the Fit is affordable from the get-go. But for those who want to drive that price down even further, you owe it to yourself to shop at Honda Cars of Boston. We have low everyday prices on all models we stock, but that's not where our savings end. You can also take advantage of our special offers and incentives as well as special lease and financing offers to make your new Fit even more affordable.

When you consider that our sales staff and financing team are there to make you and your budget happy, you'll know why more Boston-area drivers turn to Honda Cars of Boston to get a great car at an unbeatable bargain.

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What's New in the 2019 Honda Fit?

The 2019 Honda Fit continues all the wonderful things that it brought to the road in the previous model year - which is to say there was little room for improvement. That means this subcompact car gives drivers incredible value in all the ways that matter most to drivers in this class. Smart use of interior space, outstanding efficiency, versatility, a zippy performance, and features galore mark the 2019 Fit as the king of the subcompact car class.

Find your Fit among the four available 2019 Fit trims - LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L - all of which are well-equipped and ready to go. You can upgrade with such desirable features as leather seating and Honda Sensing, the brand's suite of smart safety systems like forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and collision mitigation braking.

Turn to Honda Cars of Boston to learn more about the amazing 2019 Honda Fit and get ready to be blown away by what this little Honda can do.

History Highlights of the Honda Fit

The Honda Fit debuted in the North American market for the 2007 model year. The five-door hatchback was immediately embraced by budget-conscious shoppers who appreciate the Honda brand's quality but wanted a more affordable option than was previously available. Many upgrades - to the engine, the passenger space, and the interior - and a few generations later, the Honda Fit has evolved into a value-loaded, technologically sound, feature-packed vehicle that truly has much more to offer than its low price would indicate.

Why Should You Buy a Honda Fit from Honda Cars of Boston?

We make it easy to find, finance, and drive home your new or used vehicle with just one trip to our dealership. Honda Cars of Boston is committed to making this your best dealership experience ever, so trust us to provide amazing customer service and get you behind the wheel of the vehicle you want most at a price you'll have to see to believe.

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